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This version of the practice assessment has no answers and could be used as a paper and pencil quiz.

The PowerPoint with answers could be used to “check” the answers with the students.

Louisiana Reading3rd Grade iLEAP

Assessment Practice

Version with no answers

Note: Information items in this PowerPoint were taken from the State 3rd Grade Reading iLeap Assessment Guide.




1. In which chapter of the book Assessment Questions!Every House Is a Home would you find information about slab houses?

A. Houses Made of Earth

B. Houses Made of Wood

C. Houses Made of Stone

D. Modern Houses


  • 2 Which resource gives the Assessment Questions!most information about houses built on water?

    • A. “Stilt Houses” from Encyclopedia of Building

    • B. “House of Snow” from the magazine Arctic Life

    • C. The table of contents from the book Every House Is a Home

    • D. The Types of Houses chart from Encyclopedia of Building



Part 2

  • Choose the word or phrase with the same meaning as the underlined word in the stem.

  • 6. Stumbled on the steps

    • A. tripped

    • B. skipped

    • C. fumbled

    • D. scrambled


  • A very odd rock

    • A. smooth

    • B. hard

    • C. sharp

    • D. strange


Part 3

  • 8 . What is the best name for this story?

    • A. “How Cakes Are Made”

    • B. “Jeff Green’s Father”

    • C. “Our Visit to the Bakery”

    • D. “We Learn about Cake Icing”



10. What kind of cake was Mr. Green decorating?

A. Wedding cake

B. Birthday cake

C. Sugar cake

D. Spice cake


11. What were the three women doing?

A. Cooling the cakes

B. Putting icing on the cakes

C. Making frosting for the cakes

D. Getting cookies ready for the children


12. What kind of cookies did the children get?

A. Sugar cookies

B. Frosted cookies

C. Leaf-shaped cookies

D. The story does not say.



Part 4

  • Directions: Questions 14 through 18 are based on the following paragraph.

  • The Statue of Liberty is a giant copper lady holding a big torch high over her head. She stands on a little island in New York Harbor. She was given to the American people by the people of France. She is so big that she had to be brought to the United States in many pieces. After she got here, she was carefully put together.

  • Since 1886, she has been welcoming ships coming into New York Harbor. Americans watch for her when they come home from a trip across the Atlantic Ocean. She stands for the thing they hold most dear.

  • Where is the Statue of Liberty?

  • A. In Independence Hall

  • B. On an island near France

  • C. On an island in New York Harbor

  • D. On an island in the Atlantic Ocean


  • Directions: Questions 14 through 18 are based on the following paragraph.

  • The Statue of Liberty is a giant copper lady holding a big torch high over her head. She stands on a little island in New York Harbor. She was given to the American people by the people of France. She is so big that she had to be brought to the United States in many pieces. After she got here, she was carefully put together.

  • Since 1886, she has been welcoming ships coming into New York Harbor. Americans watch for her when they come home from a trip across the Atlantic Ocean. She stands for the thing they hold most dear.

  • The Statue of Liberty is

  • A. a lady holding a light in her hand.

  • B. a mother with a baby in her arms.

  • C. a woman soldier on horseback.

  • D. a bell with a crack in it.


  • Directions: Questions 14 through 18 are based on the following paragraph.

  • The Statue of Liberty is a giant copper lady holding a big torch high over her head. She stands on a little island in New York Harbor. She was given to the American people by the people of France. She is so big that she had to be brought to the United States in many pieces. After she got here, she was carefully put together.

  • Since 1886, she has been welcoming ships coming into New York Harbor. Americans watch for her when they come home from a trip across the Atlantic Ocean. She stands for the thing they hold most dear.

  • Where did the statue come from?

  • A. It was built in an American factory.

  • B. It was a gift from the French people.

  • C. It was captured in a war.

  • D. It was dug up in an old city.


  • Directions: Questions 14 through 18 are based on the following paragraph.

  • The Statue of Liberty is a giant copper lady holding a big torch high over her head. She stands on a little island in New York Harbor. She was given to the American people by the people of France. She is so big that she had to be brought to the United States in many pieces. After she got here, she was carefully put together.

  • Since 1886, she has been welcoming ships coming into New York Harbor. Americans watch for her when they come home from a trip across the Atlantic Ocean. She stands for the thing they hold most dear.

  • Why did the statue come to the United States in pieces?

    • A. The French people wanted it to be a surprise.

    • B. The parts were made in different countries.

    • C. It was broken on the way.

    • D. It was too large to bring in one piece.


Directions: Questions 14 through 18 are based on the following paragraph.

The Statue of Liberty is a giant copper lady holding a big torch high over her head. She stands on a little island in New York Harbor. She was given to the American people by the people of France. She is so big that she had to be brought to the United States in many pieces. After she got here, she was carefully put together.

Since 1886, she has been welcoming ships coming into New York Harbor. Americans watch for her when they come home from a trip across the Atlantic Ocean. She stands for the thing they hold most dear.

18. Why do Americans love this statue?

A. Because it was made in France

B. Because it stands for freedom

C. Because it guards New York Harbor

D. Because it guides ships at sea


Part 5 following paragraph.

  • Directions: Questions 19 and 20 are based on the following paragraph.

  • 1My mom paid two dollars for a bucket of fish. 2We stood by the pool. 3I could see dolphins swimming underwater. 4I took a fish by its tail. 5Held it above the water. 6Then just as my arm was getting tired, a dolphin poked out of the water. 7I reached to pet it, but it had already grabbed my fish. 8That was neat!

  • Choose the best first sentence to add to this story.

  • A. I like to go out to eat with my mom.

  • B. Did you ever wonder what dolphins eat?

  • C. The best part of our day at the zoo was feeding the dolphins.

  • D. People have always enjoyed watching dolphins as they swim in the ocean.


  • Directions: Questions 19 and 20 are based on the following paragraph.

  • 1My mom paid two dollars for a bucket of fish. 2We stood by the pool. 3I could see dolphins swimming underwater. 4I took a fish by its tail. 5Held it above the water. 6Then just as my arm was getting tired, a dolphin poked out of the water. 7I reached to pet it, but it had already grabbed my fish. 8That was neat!

  • What is the best way to write sentences 4 and 5?

  • A. Took a fish tail held it above the water.

  • B. Held its tail above the water a fish I took.

  • C. I held the fish I took by its tail above the water.

  • D. I took a fish by its tail and held it above the water.


Part 6 paragraph.

Choose the word that is not spelled correctly.

Note: When there is no mistake, you should choose the last answer (No mistakes).

21. A. club

B. felt

C. furst

D. color

E. (No mistakes)


22. A. movd paragraph.

B. held

C. Snow

D. meat

E. (No mistakes)


Directions: Questions 23 through 26. paragraph. Choose the answer with the same letter as the line containing the mistake. 23 A. I have a turtle for a B. pet, but ben would C. rather have a hamster. D. (No mistakes)

Part 7


  • A. this is a story paragraph.

  • B. about a little boy who

  • C. got lost in the woods.

  • D. (No mistakes)



26. A. My favorite desserts are paragraph. B. chocolate pudding and ice C. cream. What’s your favorite? D. (No mistakes)


Part 8 paragraph.

Look for mistakes in standard English usage. Students should choose the answer with the same letter as the line containing the mistake. 27. A. Anna kicked the B. ball more farther C. than anyone else. D. (No mistakes)


28 a we blowed up b balloons and hung c them from the ceiling d no mistakes
28. A. We blowed up paragraph. B. balloons and hung C. them from the ceiling. D. (No mistakes)


Information items in this PowerPoint were taken from the State 3rd Grade Reading iLeap Assessment Guide.


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